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Social innovation at SPU: Even more programs and scholarships!

Saint Paul University and the Élisabeth Bruyère School of Social Innovation are offering generous scholarships for back-to-school 2020. Whether you choose to study in English or French, at the undergraduate or master’s level, becoming an agent of social change has never been more within reach financially. Find out about the major scholarships we offer to those who decide to register full-time!


Honours Bachelor of Arts in Social Innovation

Scholarship

Amount

Saint Paul University admission scholarship

Up to $3,000

($1,500 per session for the first 2 sessions)

“Studying in French” Scholarship for International Students

$12,000

($1,500 per session, for a maximum of 8 sessions over four years)

Special School of Social Innovation scholarship

Number of scholarships available: 25 for all programs

$4,000

($2,000 per session for the first 2 sessions)

Total Up to $19,000

 

Graduate Diploma in Social Organization Development 

Scholarship

Amount

Saint Paul University admission scholarship

$2,000

Special School of Social Innovation scholarship

Number of scholarships available: 25 for all programs

$4,000

($2,000 per session for the first 2 sessions)

Total

Up to $6,000

 

Master’s in Social Innovation

Scholarship Maximum amount
Saint Paul University admission scholarship

$6,000

($2,000 per session, per session for the first 3 sessions)

“Studying in French” Scholarship for International Students

$9,000

($1,500 per session, for a maximum of 6 sessions over 2 years)

Special School of Social Innovation scholarship

 

Number of scholarships available: 25 for all programs

$4,000

($2,000 per session for the first 2 sessions)

 Research contract (guaranteed for 2 years)

 $15,000

($2,500 per session)

Possible total

Up to $34,000

Visit our web page to see the complete list of scholarships available.

Apply for September 2021!

For additional information, please contact Professor Amanda Wilson at awilson@ustpaul.ca.